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let's get to our top story. president obama says the united states will continue with targeted strikes radar strikes in iraq if necessary, president commenting in a conference in washington, dc about 30 minutes ago. the president says he has stepped up military assistance to forces in iraq and he did applaud america's strides made
for those stranded in northern iraq. >> american forces have so far conducted two successful air drops delivering thousands of meals and gallons of water to the desperate men women and children. american aircraft are positioned to strike terrorists around the mountain to help forces in iraq break siege and rescue those trapped there. >> mr. obama wouldn't give a timetable for how long the military involvement would last saying it depends on iraq political efforts. he says it won't be weeks but it will take time. the president says the advance of the islamic safe forces was more rapid than anticipated. mr. obama is headed to massachusetts with his family for a summer vacation. crews are cleaning up a chemical spill on i-880 after two big rigs were involved in an accident about 4:30 this morning north bound before the washington avenue off ramp.
one big rig driver was reported trapped and suffered a leg injury. all lanes were closed as the county health department was in to clean the spill but lanes were reopened before 6:00 this morning. also in the bay area, police say a man is dead and three injured after a pizza oven being towed detached and careened into the victim's car. it happened last night about 7:30. authorities say the victim's honda accord was hit by a trailer carrying a pizza woman. a woman, small boy, young girl were injured. in south bay a family who lost a loved one is asking for help. the shooting happened last weekend outside a 711. lawrence died at the scene and police are searching for a gunman. lawrence's relatives are asking for help with expenses since
the loss. anyone interested in donating may do so at any wells fargo bank. second day of the free day concert at golden gate park in san francisco. it's drawing big crowds and big piles of fake tickets. mike is live at golden gate park with that part of the story. >> reporter: good morning. a lot of this goes back to if a deal sounds too good to be true it probably is. we saw a lot of people spending hard earned money on bogus tickets and were listening from outside the fence. west kicked off the three day music festival last night. the festival is expected to draw nearly 200,000 here. they'll see about 100 bands perform by the end of the weekend. the festival is drawing lots of police. here is a picture of fake tickets officers seized. they cracked down on cappers
selling tickets. notice how real these look. even ticket master is printed on the bottom. it is made clear counterfeit tickets are void. they will not let you in and many found that out the hard way. >> we were given counterfeit tickets. we tried to get in. i am trying to get into a [bleep] venue man. i understand we were sold fake tickets. >> reporter: some people tried to get in without a ticket at all. here are some of the citations issued for those trying to sneak in. if you have a real ticket and are coming today expect heavy traffic. public transportation is your best bet to get to golden gate park but allow extra lines on all -- time on all lines coming to the park. tickets are sold out through the festival though you can find some through reputable online retailers but they do not come cheap. we'll tell you how much you are
expecting to spend. >> thank you. lane closures underway that could continue for the next couple weekends. crews are realigning approach lanes to the second. the realignment will make the approach to the bore smoother. the work could cause significant traffic issue for people headed east on highway 24. the bore will be closed from 8:00 p.m. to noon this weekend and then from 8:00 p.m. until 7:00 am monday morning. if the crews don't finish work, closures will happen next weekend. officials say people traveling east on highway 24 should expect delays up to a half hour. still ahead, clean up begins in hawaii after tropical storm iselle brings high winds and heavy rains. >> one arrested for starting the massive wildfire in yosemite last year has been indicted. >> we'll take a live look
we are back on kron4 news weekend. the hurricane punch that was supposed to hit hawaii is dying down. the big island taking the brunt of a weekend tropical storm iselle earlier this week. you are looking at video of the damage caused by the storm. iselle knocked down power lines, phones, trees but no major damage nor injuries reported. >> a lot of wind, a lot of rain. the rain stopped and they had a lot of wind. trees are cracking. >> gotta clear the way. my mom is on oxygen. she's not doing good. i have to clear this in case we have to call an ambulance. >> hurricane julio is expected to make landfall tomorrow. people in hawaii say they're prepared. keep it on kron4 as we continue to follow the latest.
we'll have updates on air and on the website. a camper facing charges for starting the rim fire last year. it burned for two months. documents say keith emerald ignored restrictions and started a camp fire that grew out of control. documents claim in his first interview he admitted to being part of the cause. later he would contradict himself saying marijuana growers started the fire. investigators say the evidence disproved that. then another twist, emerald according to the signed affidavit confessed to starting a camp fire but later emerald told investigators he was pressured to confess. he recan't the story two weeks later. >> he is an idiot. who would light a fire in the middle of august in a crispy river canyon? complete stupid tigers. >> emerald has not been arrested.
good morning. thanks for starting with kron4 news weekend. we are focusing on the temperatures. it is colder. in addition to cooler temperatures we have the component of a breeze. san francisco is at 69 degrees. -- 59 degrees. we have a deeper marine layer. that is bringing extensive cloud cover into the area. it will burn off by this afternoon. we are tracking an approaching area of low pressure. it will park over the central bay and tap into subtropical moisture. into tomorrow, we could see a few showers, thunderstorms, for the north bay and east bay looking at a 10% chance with models starting to back off on the possibility. the moisture will stay north and east but it looks like it will be moist and muggy into
early monday. again we'll continue with that potential for some showers. seasonal temperatures today, mostly sunny skies with mountain view at 77, 80 in sunnyvale. there are no 90s in today's forecast. it will a touch cooler in oakland at 73 and 62 in you are heading to ocean beach. if you are spending your weekend in outside lands expect foggy conditions for morning, sun breaks by afternoon with temperatures in the mid to upper 60s. it gets cool during the evening. if you are sticking down for a later performance, bring your jacket. we have unsettled possibility sunday night into early monday. >> thank you so much. operation homefront making sure the families of wounded
service members and wounded warriors are protected in any situation. it's a nonprofit national organization and joining me to talk about the project is david gates. thank you so much for joining us. >> my pleasure. >> david oats. sorry. >> that's okay. >> let's talk about this latest project, to help the school children of our vets. >> it's one of the programs that's a perennial for us. we will service 4000 children of service members in the state of california alone. as expensive as it is to live in the state particularly if you are a young service member with families school supplies can bust a budget. we will put 4000 back packs in the hands of service members, children, as well as the new school supplies to get them ready for the school year. >> this isn't the first year you have done this. >> it's national too. we have it going all over the country with various operations and things of that nature.
it's one of the scenarios where the slightest up tim in a budget for a young service member with a spouse or kids can make or break whether pay the bills. we are in existence to be sure that the more that they can focus on their job because they know their families are taken care of. as they're deployed overseas in afghanistan and other areas of the world the more they're going to be able to focus on that, better tale be able to do -- they'll be able to do their job. >> operation homefront came about because of 9/11. >> right. it was a homegrown project started in southern california as service members were deploying at greater length and more frequently families needed help at home and citizens got together do that. it has over the years since formalized head quarter in his san antonio. in california we take care of service members and veterans and wounded warriors all over.
it's grown into a wonderful national organization. >> this is a labor of love for you because you know the situation being a vet. >> sure. you know, especially in califoall the military installations we have. it's not uncommon to see a lot of people in the private community. we knew what it was like deployed, family separations. we knew what hardships were for those left behind as we are doing our work. now i get to pay it back on a small level. i am happy to do it. >> this backpack program is one of many operation homefront is involved in. >> we encompass a wide range of needs from housing for wounded warriors, job training, veterans, assistance needs, emergency financial assistance programs for families. if they need car repaired and don't have the funds that can be debilitating for somebody that needs to get kids to school. we have programs in place that
we will identify. we will solicit needs from service members and their families and see what we can do to help. it is a constant demand we are trying to meet and we are happy to do our part. >> tell us about some of the specific demands or needs that families have that the general public may not consider. >> i don't think people understand the sacrifices that particularly junior enlisted people have in the state. they're paid fair but not exhausted exorbitant wages. it becomes a balance to try to keep the budget solvent for them in a day to day life of living in the bay area or southern california. as needs arise this is probably where we do the most work. we are there to help support them, get financial assistance for little things that can add to a lot. we have programs with rehab of veterans, housing programs we have for people who need them to get back to their productive
years, job training facilities and things of that nature. it's the day to day things that can make life struggle for service members. >> i know this doesn't cover operation homefront but still with the controversy going on with the veterans administration earlier this year, that had to turn your stomach to see how vets were treated being a vet yourself. >> as a personal aside, not operation home front, it's a tribute to the fact that there are a lot of service members being saved on the battlefield that would not have lived after their injuries even 20 years ago. now what you have is a reintroduction back to society and a need for longer term care with v.a. to your point with operation homefront you will see that a lot in wounded warrior programs, in the job training, rehab, homes for heroes project we have. there is more demand for that than there was at inception because more people are coming
back with injuries. >> the need is greater than ever. tell us how people can be involved, if they would like to donate, whatever it may be. >> we had calls and people had responded generously to the backpacks donations. that has passed. keep your ears open. we'll do the same for a holiday toy drive. operationhomefront.net is the website. >> thank you very much. it's a great organization. we'll be right back. sure... hey canyou bet! this? that's our new interactive speaker wall. 'sup? thinks it's a speak-ing wall. this can even dim your lights. your 3-d-printed girlfriend will love that. real mature. there you go. a laser drone for cats. i wish i had lasers. i don't. pew pew pew...
bay area sports, cocoa crisp hitting bases loaded triple for a's to lead them to hold on and beat the twins last night 6-5. for the a's casimir was dominant. sew guard got things started with an extra base hit that would roll to the wall. a's led 6-0 at one point. it is the 11th straight win over the twins.
a's increase the lead in the al west to four games. >> giants got off to a poor start in the series in kansas city. this two run home run in the first by billy butler, kc would hold onto beat giants 4-2 for their 5th straight victory. >> this is kind of a strange play. third base umpire making that tumble but he is okay. the giants brandon bells is not. he is on the dl because of concussion like symptoms. the only good news for the giants and fans is the dodgers lost so giants remain three and a half out. >> fresh start for the raiders, facing vikings. it looked like the same raiders last night. schaub's first start didn't go well three for seven with 21 yards. matt castle however led a crisp
opening touchdown drive for the vikings. for the raidersers, maurice jones drew. raiders finally score late in the game. here is the quarterback running it in for a touchdown from about ten yards out but too little too late. 10-6 vikings is the final. >> soggy conditions at the pga championship in louisville kentucky made for soft greens and another forgettable round for woods, finished with a second straight three over 74 missing this putt and the cut in a major for the fourth time in his career. the same guy who sunk the 97- foot putt thursday also missed the cut. mcilroy with a lead at nine under ahead of furyk and jason day. things are heating up in bay area baseball. join us this sunday night for
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we're back on kron4 news weekend. 8:30. a lot of folks are heading to golden gate park and outside lands festival. what are they going to run into weather wise? >> good morning. it's going to be cooler than they experienced yesterday. we are dealing with cloudy conditions. we take a live look at the golden gate bridge. temperatures will cool by a few degrees. satellite and radar shows although the marine layer isn't as evident we are starting to see breaks of sunshine in livermore and san jose. it will be a cooler afternoon with temperatures mainly in the 60s, 70s, 8 ons.
i think we are taking the 90s out of the forecast. we are looking at an area that could tap into tropical moisture so we are talking about muggy weather again and possibility of isolated thunderstorms. we'll have calmer conditions throughout the rest of the work week. we'll have the full details on the seven day in 15 minutes. >> thank you. the world health organization declaring ebola outbreak in west africa an international health emergency. more than 900 people have died and the disease shows no signs of slowing. spoke with a pair of doctors recently in africa. >> we are dealing with a complicated crisis here. >> clinical fellow at ucfs specializes in infectious diseases. he spent an an ex extensive
amount of time in sierra leone. people are afraid to seek medical help. >> the community's afraid to bring their family to receive medical care. it is not only astonishing but it's problematic, fueling the crisis. it's really making us concerned about how to appropriately tackle the outbreak. >> this thing will not burn itself out. >> a professor of global health, he says there is a real danger this outbreak could keep spreading and believes it will take international effort to stop it. >> until there is a massive, massive containment effort involving this huge deployment of additional health professionals and resources it's going to be difficult to get on top of the outbreak. >> cdc, who, numerous other health agencies have moved some resources into west africa but that's not enough. >> effort will have to be accelerated. we're going to have to see
massive deployment to get on top of this. west nile virus posing a threat in the bay area. 560 dead birds have been found this year and those numbers are staggering compared to the rest of the bay area. santa clara county ventra control has been busy testing for west nile virus this summer. most birds found positive are crows. the 560 fatalities represent more than seven times the number of dead birds found last year. >> we're getting daily and testing at least two dozen birds it seems the last couple weeks. that's a lot of public awareness, you know, for people to know to call in. we do our jobs to pick them up and test them. >> in many cases, it is from residents who live near mosquito infected breeding grounds. if you know of a potential
source contact the ventra control in your county. memories of the 1978 jones town massacre are resurfacing for family members of more than 900 people who committed mass suicide. some of the remains were mishandled and never made it back to loved ones. police in delaware say they found remains of nine jones towns victims. remains were discovered in an old building which formerly housed a funeral home. >> predepression with disturbed soil. the decision was made to ex cancellations straight the areas areas. >> kron4 spoke with a man who lost his wife. her remains were among the ones recently discovered. he told us he is devastated by the discovery and is trying to make arrangements to bring the remains home. an industrial accident at oakland at an auto repair yard killed a man believed to be a
mechanic at the business. the man was crushed between two buses. how he got there is under investigation. the body was discovered by co- workers in the yard on 45th avenue just afternoon. his identity has not been released. cal osha has been called to head the investigation. the man allegedly at the center of hercules real estate fraud case was in superior court in richmond. kron4 camera was the only camera in the courtroom when he made his only aexperience since being arrested. >> we have basically four victims we were able to find. we found many rental applications. he was smart enough for them to have them fill them out with the personal information, social security numbers, driver's license numbers, everything. we were able to find several
victims, contacted them and they made statements. >> prior to the arrest he was scheduled to be in the san francisco criminal court in connection with a 2012 robbery. his arraignment in rental fraud case was held until monday. if you live in san francisco you might have to dial 415 before you make a local call because starting in february san francisco and marin county residents will be required to enter area codeine if they're calling another 415 number. the county will be rolling out new 628 area code in march. existing customers will not have to change their area code. the new school year is just around the corner. we found many shoppers are not buying supplies for the classroom. we'll explain what they're buying instead. >> we'll tell you about favorite spots to eat, drink, plane crashed i in one community with the east bay community manager. >> we'll tell you how park
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it is christmas in august for struggling families in san francisco. nearly 5000 students will be getting free school supplies today because it's backpack give away. it starts at 10:00 am at the community center in san francisco. the program is sponsored by san francisco public defender's magic program. k through 12 students will be receiving book bags and today's event is the first of two. the next one is next weekend in the bay view district. with the start of the school year around the corner many bay area malls are starting to buzz with activity. kron4 went to sun valley mall to find out what people are buying and how much they're spending to get their kids ready. shoppers had a lot of shopping bags but few of them had actual school supplies to use in the classroom. young shoppers advised others to wait until the first day to
school to do classroom shopping so you don't waste money on something you might not need. what are the shoppers buying? >> shoes. >> jordans. >> shoes. >> bags. >> national retail federation says the average american family will spend close to $700 getting their kids ready for school. many families we spoke to said the number was pretty much on target. other families with more than two kids say that number is pretty low. 8:41. much more is ahead on kron4 news weekend. we have a live look at walnut creek where there are overcast skies. we'll have the forecast coming up in just a few minutes.
there. we have a marine layer about 1500 feet. clouds are starting to clear in river more. we are -- livermore. we are still dealing with clouds along the coastline. most of that will scale back. into the afternoon look for partly cloudy skies to mostly sunny conditions. we have an area of low pressure that will park itself over the coastline. it will tap into subtropical moisture so that means muggy conditions will be back with the possibility of a few isolated showers. that's not on tap until sunday evening. now let's focus on today's highs. a lot of 70s and 80s. the 90s are out of today's forecast. our hot spot is 88 degrees. expect temperatures in the 60s and 70s along east bay shoreline. san francisco has a high today of 68. it will be 65 in daily city.
if you are heading to outside lands expect cloudy conditions for the morning, partly cloudy by the afternoon with temperatures mainly in the mid 60s. we have the possibility for unsettled weather sunday night into monday but the model is backing off on that chance. keep an umbrella handy just in case. temperatures rebound and 90s will be back into the forecast as we head into your friday. >> thank you. we will do a little traveling. if you are looking for sunshine and outdoor activities you might want to look to livermore. it has a charming downtown and there are over 50 wineries to explore. today we have the manager here to tell us other favorites. >> like you said downtown is so quaint with great bars and restaurants. one of the favorites is sauced barbecue and spirits. >> sounds good. >> when it comes to barbecue
people are very opinionated. if you read through sauce reviews you will see people are lifting barbecue credentials. they are giving sauce the stamp of approval. they love the burned ends. >> those are good. >> they do them well. apparently they sell out before the end of the day. if you are dedicated go for lunch instead of dinner. they do a great pulled pork and they make their own beer. >> it's a brew public too. >> -- pub too. >> yes, they do the beer, southern cocktails. they have a secret menu. >> good to know. >> you ask about secret menu and you will find extra good things. >> that's a great tip. so you filled your movie. now for a good movie. >> the trend in movie theaters is you can't just be a theater. you have to be a theater, a
bar, a restaurant. that's what the vine has been doing for a long time. they're a cinema with an ail house and restaurant next door. you can get food delivered to your seat in the movie theater. dinner and a movie all in one. they have great food, classic movies, independent films. this is a yelper favorite because it is very comfortable, they have comfy furniture, not your typical movie seats. it's a fun spot for a date. during the sports seasons they do playoffs of the big games. >> watch it on the big screen. what a great idea. that's the vine. livermore has exploded in terms of all the wineries there. >> absolutely. >> that's a big favorite. >> yes. livermore is a big wine destination. they have over 40 wineries. you can make a day of it or a week of it even.
farmers and growers, this is a winery with a bar and farm charm feel to it. the tasting room is in an old red barn. >> that's fantastic. >> they have chickens roaming, farm dogs, a really casual place to experience the real wine criminal. >> it's not your typical winery you will go to. >> very low key. >> this is a great spot for a picnic right at the beginning of the so called wine trail. you can stop by, sit under the shady trees. >> it looks like a terrific setting. >> i want to go right now. they make such small production wines that they hand write the labels. >> really? >> the case number, aging technique. it's really, really great family run business. >> it seems like you are getting a special bottle of wine when you see something
handwritten. >> hand made wine, exactly. >> fantastic. what else can we do? >> you can go to campo debochi. it is a massive complex. they have indoor and outdoor. you can bring a group, the family, do a corporate event. they rent the courts for $12.50 per person for an hour and a half. you can get about two games in during the time. they do a full italian menu of food. >> it's a restaurant too. >> this is a full italian experience with lots of great pastas. >> desserts look fantastic. >> they have it all. this is a fun way to experience livermore outside of the tasting room. >> bochi ball is very popular. >> and they've got plenty. >> this location is one that's been around forever, very
popular with just about everybody you talk to. >> still a hidden gem for some. there is a regional park about ten miles south of livermore. lakers say it is like a lakeside resort hidden away. you can rent paddle boats, canoes, kayaks, swim. it's like going on vacation a few miles from home. >> with temperatures in the mid 90s that's a great place go. >> yes, you will want to cool off. >> i have another tip. go to the firehouse in livermore and see the light bulb that's been burning for a century. >> wow! >> it's a great story. people say yeah i am going to the firehouse. what? gotta see the light bulb. >> add it to your itinerary. that's a great one. >> thanks for being with us and telling us about livermore.
park officials in lodi taking a page out of loony tunes cartoons to try and scare away geese there. they're making park goers uncomfortable. geese have been a problem for years and the beach has been closed often because of high bacteria. park officials introduced a decoy coyote. it seems to be doing the trick. >> we have a coyote whose tail flaps in the breeze and it is something about the eyeballs of this model that we have. there is a little bit of fright that's shared with the geese at that poithe beach. >> the park is looking for dog walking volunteers but need specific training do that so none of the geese get hurt. happy birthday on smoky bear, beloved service icon known to many as smoky the bear turns 70. you can see him gearing up for the birthday one day ahead of time yesterday at the state
capitol. he had a play date. the two posed for pictures with state flag. smoky was dreamt up by u.s. forest service, national association of safe foresters and ad council. his first poster came out on august 9, 1944. his famous slogan remember only you can prevent forest fires came later in 1947. there is going to be another show in the sky this weekend as another super moon rises. stargazers who missed it july 12 will have another chance toy this lieu nor no, ma'am -- lunar phenomonon from all around the world. you can see the summer's super moon tomorrow about 8:00. in case you miss it tomorrow you can catch it again tuesday, september 9. taking a look at events
that happened today in history. in 1974 president ford was inaugurated into oval office after president richard nixon resigned. in 1988 the great one was traded to the l.a. kings, 27 years old at the time and that trade -- at the time he was considered the best player in hockey. in 2012 a flight attendant quit his job while on the plane. he was outraged when an upset passenger was rude so he got on the pa system and said i quit, deployed emergency exit and slid down the slide. still ahead, clothing chain american apparel facing another controversy, focused on something the retailer focused on its british instagram page. we'll have that story. >> largest ever recorded ebola outbreak. we speak to bay area doctors back from west africa and what they say is fueling the crisis.
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i'm marty gonzalez. we'll get to the top stories in a minute, but we want to check out the bay area weather forecast and here is erica to do that just that. >> good morning, marty. can you see it's very gray. take a live ó@::÷vñlook at the gate bridge, overcast conditions with a deeper marine layer. not only a long the coastline, but even overcast conditions inland. all of this will burn off by the afternoon and expect mainly sunny skies, but temperatures backing off a bit, looking for mostly 70s, 80s by 3:00, 4:00 this afternoon. tomorrow an increase in cloud coverage and possibility of thunderstorms late sunday evening. that chance will continue on into monday, and in fact, it's going to get pretty muggism we're tapping into subtropical ptqbut calm conditions for the rest of the workweek of thely breakoun your extended forecast in 15 minutes. >> and now our top story this morning. president obama says the u.s. will continue with targeted strikes in iraq, if necessary,. the president commenting on the
crisis there in a press conference in washington. the president applauding humanitarian efforts to persecuted minorities stranded on a mountaintop in north iraq. mr. obama says there is planning underway to get them down from the mountain. the president however would not give a timetable for how long the utus military involvement would latch. >> once an inclusive government is in place, i'm confident it will be easier to mobilize all iraqis against isil and to mobilize greater support from our friends and allies. ultimately only iraqis can have is the stability for iraqment we can and will be partners in the effort. >> the president says the advancement. state forces was more rapid than anticipated. now the president and his
family ending to martha vineyards in massachusetts for summer vacation. an accident happened about 4:30 on northbound 880 before the washington on-ramp. officers say one big-rig driver was reported trapped and suffered a leg injury. all legs were closed as the county heather department was called in to clean up the chemical spill, but lanes were re-opened this morning. a pizza oven was detached and careened into the car of the victim. police say it happened last night with 7:30 on old lake road until petaluma. a woman, small boy and young girl were injured. in the south bay a family who lost a loved one is now asking for help. the shooting happened last weekend when 33-year-old laurence was gunned down outside of a 7-eleven near
monterey road and ed ken drive. lawrence died at scene. police still searching for a gunman. >> now laurence' relatives asking for help with expenses since his danger. anyone interested in donating may do so at any wells fargo bank. well that popular music festival outside lands is underway for its second day of the three-day concert at golden gate park in san francisco. thousand of music lovers expected to attend and that is where we find kron 4 mike. >> reporter: good morning marty i'm first in line and that is probably because everyone is still sleeping in from last night's concert. i have seen a couple of music fans trickle into golden gate park. gates open at 11:00 this morning and we'll see quite the contrast in music. tight we'll see tom petty and the heartbreakers. at outside lands they are expecting about 200,000 people to golden gate park by the end of the weekend. there are four stages and 100
bands expect heavy traffic through and around the park. officials say public transit is definitely your best option if coming down here. some music fans though are already here this morning and they had so much fun on day no. 1 they are looking ahead to day no. 2. >> yesterday was really fun. there was a lot of great people kind of an electric eclectic mix of people in san francisco. >> not everyone where a ticket is getting into the festival. here can you see a handful of fake tickets san francisco police officers sized from scalpers yesterday. we heard from a handful of people turned away in the gate when they realize they had bought bogus tickets if if you are looking for legitimate tickets you can find a handful of tickets through on-line retailers, such as stubhub and marty i just checked, a one-day pass that normally costs $150 is going for a minimum of $370 on-line this morning.
marty. >> at least pk''. legit, right mike. >> mt stubhub guarantees there are going to be valid. a lot of people either bought tickets from craigslist or a scalper in the parking lot and of course you are you putting doing that. >> mike pelton reporting from outside lands where he has a great spot in line. lane closures underquay at caldecott tunnels no. 2 bore, crews are realigning the approach lanes. caltrans says the realignment will make the approach to the bore f the work could cause significant traffic issues for people heading eastbound. the bore is closed from 8:00 jpookktw3çó to noon this weekend and then again from 8:00 p.m. monday morning. if crews don't finish closures officials say that people traveling on eastbound highway 24 should expect delays of up to half an hour.
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we know that everybody gets stressed out whether it's at home or the workplace, but it's how you handle that stress. that is the key to your success and joining us now is master healer and author steven ko, the author of the best-selling book "your hands can heal you." thank you so much for joining us this morning. tell us what it is? >> marty it comes from actually a hindu orcins or sans script word and we speed up that inner healing ability our bodies have. something that everybody can do and we try to share this with as many people as possible. >> in a way you are unlock what the body has within it? >> the sea of life force and energy and learning how to harness it to make your energy
better. >> yes, and chi is a common term for those who know about asian medicine and healing. í?5e3qó 5v medicine? >> it's similar because the ancient body of knowledge and it's like acupuncture without using needles, breathing and visualization to let the energy flow better. >> tell us how we can do something to make the energy flow better? i understand you have a breathing technique. >> you basically tilt your head forward and inhale back through your nose and exhale out of your mouth. if i could have 30 seconds of your time or less. sure. >> you tilt your head forward and ex-hail out of your mouth like that. you do is it like 14 times.
and you calm down and take the deep breath. you can do it during your luther break or walk out and do it for 30 seconds and you feel energized. >> after a meeting with the boss, can you go back to your desk and do this [ laughter ]. >> exactly. >> the feeling of light headedness, that should not worry anybody. >> instead of being so stress that you had feel you got up in the morning. it's great. >> one area of stress how do you deal with that? >> a lot of times people don't realize there is the saying that similar energies attract. if you walk in, stressed out, you seem to attract the kind of. after you do your -- let's see
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and jason day. things are really heating up in iónnnnnnnnv5bay area bas join me for extended giants and a's highlights and our one-on-one interview request rod streeter. it's a full half-hour of your sports needs this sunday night at 9:00 right after the news. coming up, office space scarce in downtown san francisco and this has some landlords juggling multiple bids for space and what treasdoing to the housing market. . >> first of all i want to congratulate you on winning a very prestigious real estate award. you have been named one of america's bestra agents by real trends. >> thank you, sharon. it's such an honor to be able to help so many people. >> that is fantastic.
oakland 59 right now. 63 currently in san josi. ñç]vçis burn off. we'll see more sunshine by later on today. but i do have my eye on an approaching area of low pressure that is going to park itself over the central bay coastline. what that means it's going to bring cooler than average temperatures and tap into subtropical moisture. so we're looking at the possibility of for few isolated thunderstorm ass we head to tomorrow. for now, dry conditions and sunshine expected late on today with mount vernon vie at 77. 8in santa clara. hal monday valley, a high of 88 degrees. no 90s in today's forecast. 66 in richmond. it looks like we'll mostly enjoy 70s along the east bay shoreline. downtown san francisco, 68, oakland looking for a high of 73 degrees. outside lands looking pretty good. we'll see temperatures in the low to mid-60s there. but your seven day around the
bay forecast shows the slight potential for isolated showers into sunday night and early monday morning. models already backing off on that possibility. temperatures will warm as we head throughout the rest of next week and by friday, we'll be back in the 90s inland. >> an underground battle is brew mg san francisco. market rates are skyrocket and we're hearing that the per square foot is in the triple- digits with some landlords entertaining multiple bids our career and teg expert joins us with a real estate broker with km commercial to explain what is shaping. good morning kim. >> good morning marty. marty says battle is brewing and we're not talking about a physical battle, but still a bralt for real estate in san francisco, right? >> absolutely. so currently a dogfight going on as marty mentioned. i'm a commercial real estate broker. >> and what is really
happening between the founders? it's like they are battling to vie for office space here. there really isn't that much. >> it's highly competitive. high prices increasing. there is not a whole lot of x/( space available. so one spectrum you have younger groups 10-15 people looking to grow out of shared working places, co-working incubators and strugglingct'nnnç feet. on the opposite side you have with only ten or so options currently. >> five or they get the big tower built. >> they had to build a tower to hold their employees in san francisco. >> i believe we have a graphic that we want to pull out that shows all of the vacancy rates in san francisco and we don't actually have that graphic. so i'm just going to talk about the vacancy -- there we go. look at that.
we're not quite in triple- digits yet, but soma, 4% vacancy rate. why is that? why is that area so popular? >> so that broke jargon 4% vacancy rate basically means in the entire soma neighborhood )rñoffice spac valuable. with low inventory comes high demands and we're sigh sieg spaces in $85 per square foot in soma. i⌝úx,apw because people are able to poach developers and other employees. you and whatever latah. . >> soma has 50% of tech and they are looking for r5 and bart. >> if you are actually on a budget, what about the mid- market area?
18% vacancy rate and mission bay at 5%. are those desirable areas or be looking at? >> big markets twitter, adobe, dog patch we're seeing a lot of owner-user investors guying warehouse space and trying to convert into office use. >> so they are rezoning there. they are able to lobby the city to rezone in the area. ;n¤ó patch soon. patch soon. >> & in san francisco that people are even looking at the bayview district. candlestick park which we have seen a lot of violence there this summer and protests there yesterday and people lobbying the city to help with the poverty and the violence there. this could actually be really good news for that area if companies want to go there. >> it's hard to beat a dollar a square foot. >> are you serious? >> a dollar a square foot in
the bayview area. we have heard rumors and a lot of tenants are looking for larger spaces in these areas. >> what about the mission area? so i worked at a tech blog and we worked out house. and i know we should have gotten office space; right? >> @ [ laughter ] >> google tries to get in there and they failed. >> reporter: there any companies that are able to infiltrate the area. >> going is mt:::::ñ-tc[txáóoçf and took 250,000 square feet in one market. they did have problems getting into the mission. y7%( it's a highly controversial subject just because of the neighborhood. but the zoning in the mission is difficult. you yz residential, more residential, retail and not so much commercial use. there is not a whole hsnnnnnnn az
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